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Rosemary Aravauis

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Acknowledgements
The publishers and author would like to thank the following people and
institutions for their feedback and comments during the
development of the material:
Drew Hyde and Nasser Al Dogom and the Frances King School of English.
Author Acknowledgements
Many thanks to Tessie and Karen for their useful advice and all their
hard work. It is much appreciated.
Illustrated by Quadrum Solutions.
Cover Image reproduced here by permission of Cambridge ESOL. This
image is drawn from the CYLE Tests Sample Papers, published by
Cambridge ESOL, 2006.


Contents

Test 1.....................................................................................................................8
Test 2...................................................................................................................29
Test 3...................................................................................................................45
Test 4...................................................................................................................61
Test 5...................................................................................................................77




Test
1

Part 2
5
questions

Read the question. Listen and write a name or a
number. There are two examples.

Examples
What is the girl’s
name? How old is
she?

6

Test 1, Listening
Part 2

Lucy
6


Questions
1

How many dolls has Lucy got?

2

What’s the dog’s name?

3

Which class is Lucy in?

4

What’s the name of Lucy’s school?

5

How many children are in Lucy’s class?

School


Test 1

Part 3
5
questions

Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.
What’s Nick doing?

A
1

B



C

Which boy is Tom?

A
2

B

C

B

C

Which is Jill’s favourite drink?

A

8

Test 1, Listening
Part 3


3

What’s Tony doing?
A

4

C

B

C

B

C

Where’s the spider?

A
5

B

Where’s the baby’s duck?

A



Test 1
Writing

Reading&
& Writing
Reading

Part 1
5 questions

Look and read. Put a tick (✓) or a cross (✗) in the
box. There are two examples.
Examples

This is a burger.



This is an orange.



Questions
1

This is a cow.

Test 1, Reading & Writing
Part 1

11


Test 1
2

This is a doll.

3

This is a sock.

4

This is a fish.

5

This is a watermelon.


Part 2
5 questions
Look and read. Write yes or no.

Examples
There are four children in the

yes

room. There is a dog under the

no

table.
Questions
1

There is a mouse in the room.

2

A boy is playing with a train.

3

There are blue flowers on the bookcase.

4

A baby is holding a ball.

5

The children are watching television.
14

Test 1, Reading & Writing
Part 3


Test 1

Part 13
5 questions
Look at the pictures. Look at the letters. Write the words.
Example

b o o k

o

k

b

o

s

e

d

k

Questions
1

2
o

d

a

r

b

i

h

c

a

r

3

4
i

c

p

n

e

l

e

r

e

s

a

r

5


Part 4
5 questions
Read this. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to
the numbers 1–5. There is one example.

A monkey

I live in the
lot.

trees

with my family and friends. I play with them a
s my favourite food.

In the morning I eat a (1)
I am small and I have a long (2)

. I can run and I can

jump, but I can’t use a (3)

.

I can’t read a (4)
example
What am I? I am a monkey.

trees

and I don’t go to (5)

computer

.

bike

banana

egg

book

O

tail

16

Test 1, Reading & Writing
Part 5

school


Look at the pictures and read the questions. Write one-word answers.

Examples
Where are the people?

street

in the

How many shops are
there?

three

Questions
1

What is the woman holding?

a


Reading &
Writing

2

Where are the jeans?

3

What is the girl in the
blue dress looking at?

4

Where are the people now?

on the
at a

in front of a
Test 1, Reading & Writing
Part 5

17


5

What are they holding?

some big


Test 1

Speaking
Speaking

Object
cards


Test 1, Speaking Parts 2 & 4
19


Speaking

Sc
en
e
pi
ct

Test 1, Speaking Parts 1–3
21



Test 2

Part 2
5 questions
Read the question. Listen and write a name or a number.
There are two examples.

Examples
What’s the girl’s
name? How old is
she?

24

Test 2, Listening
Part 2

Anna
8


Questions
1

What is Anna’s mum’s name?

2

How old is Anna’s brother?

3

What’s his name?

4

What’s the name of Anna’s sister?

5

How old is Anna’s sister?


Test 2

Part 3
5 questions
Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.
Which girl is Ann?

A
1

B

C

What’s Pat’s grandfather doing?

A
26

C

What’s Bill’s favourite toy?

A
2

B

Test 2, Listening
Part 3

B

C




3

What can May do?

A
4

C

B

C

B

C

What does Grace want?

A
5

B

Where’s the television?

A


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